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Hi everyone,

2010/11/22 T. J. Brumfield <>

On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 2:21 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

Le 2010-11-22 14:02, Graham Lauder a écrit :

On Tuesday 23 November 2010 06:29:01 Frank Esposito wrote:

Will this ever happen with Libre Office?

Google Launches Plugin That Fuses Microsoft Office With Google

just thoughts....


What it should read is:  Google helps MSOffice play catch up a little on
OOo/LibreO/Go-ooo communities ask: "What took you so long".

I've had this functionality for quite some time.
So therefore, the second question is "how did you not know this?"
 And the third question: "How do we let the world know?"


Someone could blog on this and then point it out. You could also add a
comment to the article. There is still no mention of LibreOffice or OOo
the comments sections.

Seing this on a LibreOffice blog would be cool, then we could advertise
blog on something like<>.
They average 1 million hits a day.


Some of the most popular extensions should be reevaluated as core features
as opposed to extensions that ship seperately. If this was a baked in
feature, more people might be exposed to it.

As I see it, the problem here is that cool, useful extensions aren't being
really exposed to most OOo/LibO users. We should definitely expose these
extensions more: advertise them on the LibO website, maybe redesign the
Extension website and manager to be more friendly and showcase the most
popular extensions.

There are a lot of really great extensions, way more than we could possibly
hope to package with LibreOffice. If people aren't hearing about them, then
we need to make these extensions discoverable. (Personally, when I started
using OOo, it took me a while to find where I could get the language packs I

P. S. I'm not against including extensions with LibreOffice, but these
extensions would definitely need to be removable.

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